17 Crochet Belt Patterns

Crochet fashion is in full swing, and we’ve covered everything from scarves to cardigans to dresses. Of course, we couldn’t pass over the essential item that holds everything together – the belt.

Whether it’s used as a bold statement piece or a last finishing touch, belts are versatile and can be created at a small cost. Check out these crochet belt patterns to make this weekend!

CROCHET BELT PATTERNS

From keeping your pants up to making bold fashion statements, belts have been part of our wardrobes for thousands of years.

Now, there are more choices than ever when it comes to belts. Don’t miss out on any of these ideas to make your own!


1. Bridal Crochet Belt Pattern by Yarnspirations

Create a beautiful crocheted spray of frilled flowers, leaves and scrolls to accent an elegant wedding dress or other formal gown. Crystal beads add the perfect bit of sparkle to this gorgeous accessory.

Bridal Crochet Belt Pattern by Yarnspirations

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2. Easy Lace Belt Crochet Pattern by Fiber Flux

This Crochet Easy Lace Belt is a fun and super quick to crochet project that can be worn during all four seasons.  

A simple two row lace construction works up in no time flat.  Wear one belt or layer 2 of them for a unique and pretty statement too!

Easy Lace Belt Crochet Pattern by Fiber Flux

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3. Simple Crochet Belt Free Pattern by Amelia Makes

If you’d like a very easy, very practical crochet project that you still get to wear and show off, this free crochet belt pattern is a perfect thing to try.

While the pattern is made to create a very specific size of belt, the basic principle can be used for any size. You’ll see very quickly that by simply changing the size of belt buckle you choose, adjusting your stitch count, and making your main piece or shorter, you can really create a basic belt.

Simple Crochet Belt Free Pattern by Amelia Makes

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4. Crochet Wrap Waist Belt Pattern by Stone Sparrow Threads

Cottage core inspired, this waist belt adds flattering layers to your woodsy outfit. This belt gives the benefit of bringing your tops together in a corset style without the discomfort that corsets typically bring.

This pattern is a quick afternoon project that would make a great gift if you are short on time!

Crochet Wrap Waist Belt Pattern by Stone Sparrow Threads

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5. Crochet Adjustable Belt Pattern by Crochet Spot Patterns

This crochet belt pattern set is great for beginners who would like to crochet belts for the first time. The 3 belt patterns are easy to adjust so that you can make the belt as wide and long as you desire. Create a belt for kids, women, or men.

Crochet Adjustable Belt Pattern by Crochet Spot Patterns

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6. Clamshell Lace Crochet Corset Belt Pattern by Salty Pearl Crochet

Adding this beautiful Crochet Lace Crochet Corset Belt to a favorite maxi dress or tunic will help pull together your look and flatter your figure.

The best part about wearing this crochet corset belt is that it doesn’t cinch tight to pull in your waist, it simply gathers the fabric at your waistline to create a visual break.

Clamshell Lace Crochet Corset Belt Pattern by Salty Pearl Crochet

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7. Tie Belt Crochet Pattern by Outstanding Crochet

Miss 70s? In love with Boho Chic or Hippie Style? This tie belt with tassels is for a person like you, who prefers life in many colors!

Tie Belt Crochet Pattern by Outstanding Crochet

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8. Crochet Braided Belt Pattern by Two Of Wands Shop

Using a crochet 4 way woven braid, the belt comes together quickly and mimics a sailor’s rope. It is easily adjusted for different lengths and can be made more narrow or wider with the addition of more crochet strands.

Crochet Braided Belt Pattern by Two Of Wands Shop

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9. Charleston Crochet Belt Free Pattern by Joy Of Motion Crochet

This Charleston Belt will be your new favourite accessory to add a touch of crochet magic to your outfit. Whether you are dressing casually with jeans and a tunic or dressing up for a special occasion, this quick crochet make can elevate your outfit.

This crochet belt takes texture to another level with popcorn stitch and simple, yet effective basic single crochet stitch worked through back loop only.

The belt has been designed in 9 different sizes XS-5XL and it includes notes on size adjustment should you wish to customize it.

Charleston Crochet Belt Free Pattern by Joy Of Motion Crochet

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10. Crochet Ruffled Hip Belt Pattern by Red Heart

Take a plain outfit from boring to lively with this crocheted belt. This one is embellished with cowrie shells, but you can use beads or other craft store findings.

Crochet Ruffled Hip Belt Pattern by Red Heart

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11. Crochet Accent Belts Pattern by Crochet Spot Patterns

Whether wearing them with a dress or over a shirt, adding belts to accent your outfit has become the thing to do.

With the plethora of crochet stitches at our fingertips, what better way to have fun with them than with something you can wear.

Make them in your choice of tones and these three belts will compliment your style in every season.

Crochet Accent Belts Pattern by Crochet Spot Patterns

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12. Boho Easy Crochet Belt Pattern by Yay Crochet Patterns

Enjoy this fun and easy original crochet Boho Belt crochet pattern. This easy crochet belt pattern can be crocheted quickly with any color yarn.

Use up your favorite scrap yarn and accent your favorite outfit, or make this funky handmade gift for a friend!

Boho Easy Crochet Belt Pattern by Yay Crochet Patterns

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13. Crochet Utility Belt Pattern by Speckless

This hip pack/utility belt/fanny pack is perfect for toting your essentials hands-free. It features two pockets: one rectangle (6″ x 3.5″) and one circle (5.5″ diameter).

The corset tie closure makes this bead stitch hip pack very adjustable for any body, and the pattern also includes instructions for making the belt wider or shorter. 

Crochet Utility Belt Pattern by Speckless

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14. Buffalo Belt Crochet Pattern by Interweave

Use tapestry crochet to create this vivid crocheted belt pattern that features stripes and triangles in contrasting colors. Make it in a range of sizes to wear around the waist or hips.

Buffalo Belt Crochet Pattern by Interweave

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15. Crochet Basketweave Belt Pattern by Joy Prescott

The beautifull texture of this belt is created with basketweave stitch, which consists of a series of front and back post double crochets.

Worked with cotton thread, this stylish belt sports a long fringe tipped with beads. A nice addition to any wardrobe!

Crochet Basketweave Belt Pattern by Joy Prescott

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16. Crochet Waist Belt Pattern by Yarn And Chai

Fashion is the name of the game with this simple pattern. Wear it over a dress or cardigan for a pop of color and style!

Crochet Waist Belt Pattern by Yarn And Chai

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17. Granny Puff Belt Crochet Pattern by Susy Knotsosquare

Show the love for granny squares with this Granny Puff Belt. Feel free to experiment with colors as it will give the belt a completely different look and feel. If you use pastels for instance, it would give the belt a more summery vibe.

Instead of beads you could also attach pom poms or tassels to the end of the ties.

Granny Puff Belt Crochet Pattern by Susy Knotsosquare

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THESE CROCHET BELT PATTERNS WILL ADD SOME ORIGINALITY TO YOUR OUTFIT AND ARE BUDGET-FRIENDLY ENOUGH, THAT YOU CAN MAKE A DOZEN OF THEM!

You are welcome to share your crocheted belts on our Facebook Page. We’d love to see them!

For more easy crochet wearables, you may also want to check out patterns for scarves and cowls, headbands and ear warmers, and mittens and hats. When it comes to our wardrobe, do we really ever have enough handmade items? Never!

For now, let’s start with something different and make a crochet belt for you and for a friend today!